Migraines are serious headaches, most often occurring only on one side of the head, which are often preceded by a vague, sense (aura) that the
sufferer learns to recognize as an impending headache. Migraines are thought to be related to the "over dilation" of blood vessels in the brain.
They very likely have an allergic or chemically mediated trigger and are related to stress.
They vary in severity, sometimes becoming almost unendurable without narcotic medication, and can be accompanied by nausea and vomiting. Routine
treatment involves ergotamine medication (often combined with caffeine), which, to achieve success, may result in side effects of muscle pains,
numbness and tingling in the fingers and toes, rapid (or slowed) heart rate, and nausea and vomiting. Migraine victims live in fear of their next headache.
Increased levels of estrogen in the body promote blood vessel dilation. This, along with estrogen's water retention effect, explains why estrogen
can induce migraine headaches in women. Cyclical migraine attacks (usually just preceding menstruation) are classic symptoms of estrogen dominance.
Fortunately, progesterone promotes normal vascular tone and thus, can prevent migraine. Again, hormone balance is the key.
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